LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky said the Great Resignation is more like a "Great Reshuffle." Gen Z and millennials are switching jobs at high rates.
An internal research team at Twitter said the company's algorithm showed bias toward the political right and tweets from conservative politicians.
"I'm less hesitant than ever to leave a job because I know there are so many openings in my area and I know what I'm worth," Brandon Holland said.
Crushed by decades of debt, China is undergoing a radical transition under President Xi Jinping. The result could be economic and political chaos.
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Jack Dorsey used Twitter to express fears about hyperinflation. His comments came amid supply-chain disruptions, which can affect the price of goods.
ClusterTruck, an Indiana-based ghost kitchen, doesn't use third-party couriers and is careful to never oversaturate its driver pool.
Walmart's decision comes as many companies grapple with whether to make a return to the office mandatory for employees who transitioned to remote work early in the pandemic.
Intel wants to compete against other manufacturers like Taiwan Semiconductor and Samsung by building foundries to supply chips.
Investors in Digital World Acquisition Corp. reportedly sold their shares after finding out the SPAC was merging with Trump Media & Technology Group.